Realty One

Access

Monday, January 7, 2019

PATS ANNOUNCE BARRET JACKMAN BOBBLEHEAD NIGHT

The Regina Pats Hockey Club is pleased to announce they will be hosting Barret Jackman Bobblehead Night, presented by Westridge Construction, on Saturday at the Brandt Centre.

Jackman played four seasons with the Pats from 1997-2001 and served as the team’s captain for his final three years in Regina. In 234 games with the Pats, Jackman put up 139 points and was a member of the 2001 host Memorial Cup team. Jackman also won two bronze medals with Team Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championships.

He went on to play 876 games in the NHL, almost exclusively with the St. Louis Blues. He won the Calder Trophy as the NHL Rookie of the Year in 2002-03 and won a World Championship with Team Canada in 2007.

We are extremely excited to recognize one of the greatest defencemen in Pats history,” said Pats COO Stacey Cattell. “He was a staple in our community and went on to a great pro career and it will be great to have him back in the Queen City this weekend.”

Jackman will be signing autographs on the concourse during the first intermission.

Tickets for the game are available at reginapats.com.

The Pats are back in action Wednesday night at home to the Portland Winterhawks. Tickets are available at reginapats.com, the Brandt Centre Box Office and at any Regina Safeway, where Fun Zone Tickets are $13 plus tax.

1 comment:

Shadowtrain SR said...

Aside from the eventual game result...I remember how loud the "Agridome" was in the Semi-Final in 2001 when 'Jack' scored the go ahead goal late in the 3rd!

Jack was one of the first Regina Pats I met when I/we started and thought he was a vet! I asked him a detailed question about a team related detail early in my first camp and he quipped "I don't know either, I'm a rookie too!"

One of the greatest athletes I've known.


Schad R.